ROMEO, MI – ZF Sachs AG is preparing to launch its new semi-active suspension system for at least two additional high-volume vehicles in Europe, and the supplier says it expects the technology to be offered on a U.S. vehicle for the first time in two to three years. ZF Sachs’ Continuous Damping Control system will appear on two additional Opels. The Continuous Damping Control (CDC) system uses six strategically placed accelerometers in the vehicle to detect wheel and body movement. ...

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